AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation (ITC)

The ITC has been retained by PNC Bank (trustee) to provide marketing, investor relations and labor relations services for the BIT.  The ITC serves the BIT in a non-fiduciary capacity with a focus on marketing the BIT, managing investor communications, and providing labor relations assistance to the Trustee in implementing one of the most comprehensive labor policies in the industry.

Current investors and others interested in learning more about the BIT may contact ITC's marketing staff at the following address:

AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation
815 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 320
Washington, DC 20006
(202) 898-9190


AFL-CIO Investment Trust Corporation - Key Staff

Mike Stotz
William Little
Senior Vice President & Managing Marketing Director
Randy Kinder
Senior Vice President


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BIT News

AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust Announces New Job Creating Development With Exciting New Video Wolf Point East is to be a 66-story, 750-foot tall mixed-use skyscraper that will generate nearly 300,000 hours of union construction work.
AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust & Joint Venture Partner Break Ground In St.Louis Missouri's labor community joined politicians, and real-estate developers to celebrate the groundbreaking of the second BIT multifamily residential project in St. Louis, Encore.
AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust & Joint Venture Partner Break Ground In Culver City The labor leaders of Southern California joined politicians, real-estate developers, and representatives of the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust (BIT) to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Culver City Creative office.

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